If you’re like me, you don’t carry a handbag, you carry a “mombag.” That’s right: everything you could possibly need for a day/overnight/week/whatever.
I’ve got all my makeup, multiple sunnies, deodorant, a camera, my planner, a book, gloves, pocket Constitution, staple nail polish, everything. It’s ridiculous. And I admit that I probably carry waaay too much stuff with me.
But it makes me feel secure. Let’s not judge.
Some bags are what I like to call “equipment enablers;” they allow those of us who need allll this stuff (“equipment”) to feel ready to function throughout the day. The Eden Stud Hobo is one such bag.
Currently battling my urge to shop for myself and compulsively contract a new everyday bag, I find I am drawn to the Eden by its evident functionality. Not only is it huge, it has a really wide, comfy strap, and there is a somewhat hidden small, zippered pocket along the top, next to the main opening.
You know, like a ninja pocket.
With thick leatherette covering the outside, and cool suede and stud detailing, this bag has form for days. The belt wrapped around one side of the strap is super hip in a oh-I-just-threw-this-on-there-kind of way. And the pewter/grey/silver palette? Fuhgettaboudit.